Lima Memorial Health System will host its next ExploringTM event for high school students, grades 9-12, on Wednesday, March 27 at 7 p.m. highlighting the variety of cardiac-related career options. Students will have the opportunity to work with Dr. Pamela Gardner, Board-Certified Cardiologist, and our cardiac team, to learn about the general anatomy of a heart through the dissection of a pig heart. Multiple dissection stations will be set up to ensure all students have the opportunity for hands-on learning.
Lima Memorial Health System is proud to work with some of the leading medical professionals in the region in fields covering all spectrums of care. Their dedication and expertise help us deliver high-quality, great care to our patients. March 30 is National Doctors’ Day, a day when we recognize the contributions of physicians and providers all across the country. At Lima Memorial more than 420 providers play a vital role in caring for patients.
Patient empowerment is a process that helps people gain control over their lives and increases their capacity to act on issues that they themselves define as important. At an event presented by the Lima Memorial Health System Renal Clinic, Dr. G. Allen Bryant, Medical Director of Renal Services, will be discussing chronic kidney disease and end-stage renal disease, emphasizing the importance of being an invested, confident and engaged patient. “By giving patients better tools to coordinate care and treatment, patients will be better served and see better outcomes,” states Dr. Bryant.